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Heather Croall, CEO of one of Australia's biggest festivals, Adelaide Fringe, shares her insight.
Lovers of art, fashion, and design should head to Bendigo this month for the superb Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion.
A festival in Melbourne’s inner suburbs is bringing the community together after-dark to experience installations in an enchanted neon-lit garden.
Film festivals are an endurance test but there are techniques to ensure you get the most out of the opportunity.
From cutting edge performance to timeless Aboriginal art, here are ArtsHub’s picks from the Darwin Festival program.
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From a floating venue in Perth to a CBD takeover in Sydney, the Australian Fringe spirit remains independent, irreverent and adaptable.
Relationship building was an important part of the agenda for Alex Raupach when he attended the Communicating the Arts Conference.
It’s not regional arts practice; it’s great art practice that happens outside our cities. Artstate Tamworth is cracking open thinking on one of Australia’s largest growing sectors – and it’s happening this October.
Exploring the nature of truth in an age of fake news, and with a particular focus on dance – including three of Melbourne’s leading choreographers – MIAF 2019 promises to tantalise and provoke.
Australian music is performing remarkably overseas, according to a new Australia Council report.
The regional Victorian city of Bendigo comes alive with three major cultural events this winter.
Members of the youth dance sector will be networking, training and performing at the Australian Youth Dance Festival in Melbourne over the coming week.
Choreographer and director Gideon Obarzanek and artist, curator and festival director Hannah Fox will jointly lead the new-look festival following its merger with White Night.
From Top End musicians and contemporary Aboriginal art to some of the nation’s best and biggest companies and performers, there’s never been a better time to escape the winter chill and experience Australia’s hottest arts festival.
Featuring works by a range of artists, A Forest is like a giant crumbling 21st century haunted house for adults.
From high-profile actors and established producers to community champions of music and dance, members of the creative industries have been recognised for their contributions to Australian culture.
This immersive sound installation in the depths of the Tasmanian bush is deceptively simple yet strikingly profound.
Occupying almost an entire city block, the new precinct represents a significant partnership between private developers and DarkLab, a subsidiary of the Museum of Old and New Art.
From unpaid artists to Election policies, Museum Week wisdoms, coups in the festival sector, and grant rounds announced ... it's been another big week for the arts.
How will the combined festival – with its added focus on tourism and business – impact artists?
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